Raymond W. Berry


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  • University of California Hastings College of the Law, JD, 2013
  • University of California San Diego, BS, Psychology, minor in Political Science, magna cum laude, with Highest Honors, 2010
  • California
  • U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California
  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California

Raymond represents financial institutions in actions involving consumer lending, credit reporting, debt collection, and unfair business practices litigation.  He has defended creditors in the real estate and automotive industries against allegations of wrongful foreclosure, wrongful repossession, and service related claims.

Raymond has also assisted institutions in responding to regulatory complaints and has negotiated favorable settlements while defending clients in the real estate, automotive, and consumer finance industries.

In addition to his litigation experience, Raymond has experience representing manufacturers and distributors of alcoholic beverages.  He has completed licensing applications in preparation for the merger of two multinational alcoholic beverage suppliers.  He has drafted regulatory compliance guidelines for alcoholic beverage licensees and has experience evaluating marketing materials, promotions, and beverage labeling to ensure compliance with state and federal regulations.

Raymond has further transactional and technology experience.  He has drafted numerous agreements including intellectual properly licensing agreements, Software as a Service (SaaS) subscription agreements, and agreements relating to the acquisition of a craft brewery through stock purchase.  He has reviewed data collection practices, electronic marketing practices, and business associate agreements to ensure compliance with state, federal, and international data privacy and security regulations.

Raymond Berry
T: +1 415 844 1978F: +1 415 844 1922Two Embarcadero Center
Suite 1300
San Francisco, CA 94111-3821
Co-author, "Paragoveal and foveal processing of abbreviations during eye fixations in reading: Making a case for case," Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 37, 1022-1031, 2011
Co-author, "Gaze bias: Selective encoding and liking effects," Visual Cognition, 18:8, 1113-1132, 2010